Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Version Control
Artificial intelligence (AI) and version control are related in the sense that version control systems can be used to track and manage changes to machine learning models and other AI components. Version control is a system that allows developers to track changes to their code over time, enabling them to collaborate on code, revert to […]Read More
Git Vs Subversion Vs Mercurial
Git, Subversion, and Mercurial are three popular version control systems used in software development. Here’s a comparison of their features: Distributed vs Centralized: Git and Mercurial are distributed version control systems, which means that every developer has a complete copy of the codebase. Subversion, on the other hand, is a centralized version control system, which […]Read More
How Does Git Version Control System Work?
Git is a distributed version control system that allows multiple developers to work on the same project simultaneously. Here’s a high-level overview of how Git works: Create a Git repository: To use Git, you first create a repository to store your files and track changes to them. You can either initialize a new repository or […]Read More
What is Version Control?
Version control is a system that tracks changes to a file or set of files over time, allowing you to recall specific versions later. It is commonly used in software development to manage code changes made by multiple developers working on the same project. Version control systems enable developers to work collaboratively, without overwriting each […]Read More
Git Bash – Trusted Auth Cert on Windows
Set it to use Windows Trusted CA Store git config –global http.sslBackend schannelRead More
Git Count Commits by Date
List of all user commits on a git repo by user between 2 dates. git shortlog -sne –since=”01 Jan 2017″ –before=”01 Jan 2018″Read More